We take a moment to remember - and celebrate - the life and times of one of the major Irish rock stars of the modern era - Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan.

For many, The Cranberries 1993 debut album Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? remains their defining moment - breakout single Linger remains a radio favourite to this day, one of the songs that truly defines an era. 

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The Cranberries went from to jangle pop contenders to full-blown rock royalty with the release of Zombie, from their second (and best-selling) album, No Need To Argue - over the course of their twenty-five year career, they sold some 40M albums worldwide.

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In 2014, she spoke to Ryan Tubridy about her stint as a judge on RTÉ's The Voice, as well as The Cranberries, her family and the then-recent death of her father, Terence.

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Here she is performing The Journey at RTÉ's New Year's Eve event in 2014: 

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Let's bring it all full circle with the song that introduced Dolores' remarkable voice to so many, a track that sounds as fresh today as it did a quarter-century ago.

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Her music will live on forever.

Rest in Peace, Dolores O'Riordan. You'll be missed. pic.twitter.com/1zMF2GPRto

— cat (@honeydones) January 15, 2018